Updated: Apr 23, 2022
Have you ever noticed that when your're doing a thing that you love, how effortless it is to do? On the flip side, when doing something that you don't want to do how much effort it takes to get it done!
Have you started a day arguing or just not in a good place with a significant other, doesn't it feel draining? You may need that extra cup of coffee, or you might seek out a close friend or co-worker to vent to, whatever necessary to raise the vibration!
I recall Lupe' Fiasco beginning the verse to his song "Beaming" " I get my energy from my Inner G," that line was profound to me because he was speaking about self control. Maybe that's not the conventional definition when we think of self control, but to be in control of your energy and aware of what decreases it fits into the space of mastery.
Once we learn what feeds the battery inside of us, and become aware of how good we feel when it's charged, it's natural to want more. The mastery comes into play when we discipline that charge of energy, and it's intake. Knowing that too much of a good thing can be harmful, we also become aware of what begins draining on that energy once we get it to a desired level. Like currency, a million dollars can be a great sum of money if it's managed properly, as well, it won't last long at all if it isn't!
The Bible teaches of stewardship, 1 Corinthians 4:2 Moreover it is required in stewards, that a man be found faithful. It refers to being stewards of the mysteries of God, but in everything we must be accountable to self, or faithful. In closing, I quote Lupe's "Beaming" line once more, "I get my energy from my inner G." Blessings up!